The ‘slab’ fudge, is available from Windsor Fudge Kitchen, in Windsor or to purchase online, from now until stocks last after the Royal Wedding weekend, May 4–July 20.
Fudge Kitchen was created in 1983 by Jim Garrahy before being bought out by managing director, Sian Holt in 1995. It has seven shops in Bath, York, Cambridge, Canterbury, Windsor, Edinburgh and Oxford and exports to over 20 countries.
‘Slab’ fudge is hand made using the traditional technique of “slabbing and loafing” where warm fudge is continuously turned on a marble counter. As the fudge cools, it breaks up the granulation creating a creamy texture, soft in the centre and firm on the edges.
The company says the limited edition fudge is inspired by pastry chef Claire Ptak’s Lemon & Elderberry wedding cake, chosen by the couple, for their wedding. It comprises fresh whipping cream, lemon zest and natural elderflower with the floral sweetness of elderflower, decorated with edible glitter and chocolate crowns.
Fudge Kitchen is also launching a 700g limited edition Royal Wedding Collection gift box for £17 including four slices of Royal Chocolate Fudge Cake, Maple & Walnut, Lemon & Elderflower and Eton Mess.
Fudge Kitchen has a portfolio of 90+ products including Drinking Fudge, Fudge Sauces, Gift Hampers, and Fudge Fondues and launched its Devilishly Different Gourmet Fudge range in 2012 and a production facility in Aylesham, Kent.